Smith Cashion & Orr, PLC - Firm Profile
Smith Cashion & Orr, PLC
Size of Organization: 11
Year Established: 1998
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Smith Cashion & Orr, PLC focuses on providing legal services to the construction industry. These services include legal advice concerning construction claims, dispute avoidance and resolution, contract formation, public and private contracts, mechanics' and materialmans' liens, payment and performance bonds, licensing requirements, design professional liability, corporate services and alternative dispute resolution. Smith Cashion & Orr offers its clients a wide variety of representation in legal services characteristic of a general civil practice, which include litigation in federal and state judicial, administrative and arbitration proceedings, as well as mediation. Smith Cashion & Orr is uniquely suited to serve the legal needs of those involved in the construction industry. Many of the attorneys of Smith Cashion & Orr have educational backgrounds in engineering or architecture or have worked within the construction industry. The legal advice and support is provided by professionals who are thoroughly familiar with the business needs and legal problems common to entities engaged in the development, design, construction and management of construction projects. Members of Smith Cashion & Orr are contributing authors of "Fifty State Construction Lien and Bond Law," Wiley Law Publications, and the authors of "Tennessee Construction Law." Attorneys with the firm routinely lecture before the Associated General Contractors, Associated Builders & Contractors, the Tennessee Road Builders, and on behalf of the National Business Institute, Lorman Enterprises, Nashville Bar Association. They have also lectured on behalf of the Tennessee Department of Transportation concerning minority business enterprise issues. The firm's client base is composed of national, regional and local contractors, as well as public and private owners, developers, design professionals, national associations, and other entities involved with the construction industry.
Statement of Practice Summary:
Civil Trial; Criminal Trial; Business Bankruptcy; Consumer Bankruptcy; Creditor's Rights; Medical Malpractice; Legal Malpractice; Accounting Malpractice; Elder Law; Estate Planning and Family Law.